20 year old vines. The wine was de-stemmed followed by a 12 day maceration in stainless steel. Aged for another 6 months in stainless steel.
Full bodied with notes of ripe blackberry, blackcherry, and violets.
Founded in 2017, TRESOMM is a winery based in the Valle de Guadalupe in Baja, Mexico. A project born from the friendship of 3 California Sommeliers, Taylor Grant, Conner Mitchell, and Christopher Miller, M.S.
On a whim trip down to the Valle to visit wineries, they were overwhelmed by how connected they felt to the region. On the last visit of the day, they stopped by Bodegas Magoni and tasted the wines with winemaker Camillo Magoni’s son in law, Julio. After many laughs (and many glasses), they arranged to come back to meet Camillo.
Originally from Valtellina, Italy, Camillo is a pioneer of the Baja wine industry. He moved to the Valle in 1965 and over the years has planted his vineyards with indigenous European varietals.
Taylor, Conner, and Chris partnered with Camillo to produce thought-provoking bottles from organically farmed varieties including Grignoliño, Aligoté, and Touriga Nacional.
The vineyards are located approximately two hours south of San Diego, California and 12 miles inland from Ensenada. The climate is warm and dry with cool ocean breezes funneling upward from the Pacific through the Valle. Soils are predominantly sand with clay, loam and granite.
**Own rooted. Organically farmed. Hand harvested.**